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Congregation Agudath Israel
Agudas Israel Synagogue on Woodrow Avenue
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 Congregation Agudath Israel

Located at 220 Woodrow Avenue at the corner of Lucerne Street this temple was also called the Woodrow Avenue Shul and sometimes the Russian Shul as opposed to the Lithuanian Shul, a smaller building across the street. In 2003 the building is used by The Temple Salem of Seventh Day Adventists.


Source:

Dorchester Old and New, 1630-1930. Dorchester: Chapple Publishing Company for the Dorchester, Massachusetts, Tercentary Committee, 1930.

Exterior Photo
Temple Salem, Seventh Day Adventist Church
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Photo of exterior.

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Temple Salem, Seventh Day Adventist Church
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Created: September 28, 2003   Modified: February 2, 2011